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Rubyspot, Hetaerina americana, 38 - 46 ma. / 1.5 - 1.8 in. Clear, swift-running, sometimes rocky streams and rivers of all sizes with shore vegetation for oviposition. COMMON on open streams, wooded streams with lots of sun and irrigation canals in arid habitats.

Clark's Crossing, Santa Cruz River, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA. ©bryanjsmith 2013.

Tags:   Damselflies Hataerina americana American Rubyspot Rubyspots Broad-wing Damsels Calopterygidae

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Scarlet Banksia, Waddib, Banksia coccinea, Also known as Waratah Banksia, Albany Banksia, The flower of a native Australian shrub or tree that can grow to 2 - 8 m. / 6.6 - 26 ft.

King's Park, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. ©bryanjsmith

Tags:   Scarlet Banksia Banksia coccinea Proteaceae

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Australian Reed Warbler, Acrocephalus australis australis, 17 cm. / 6.7 in. Habitat of reeds, cumbungi (bullrush) beds, willows and other dense vegetation close to water.

Hasties Billabong (swamp), Northern Queensland, Australia. Map pin is a close guess in-between Heberton and Ravenshoe. ©bryanjsmith

Tags:   Birds of Australia Acrocephalidae Australian Reed-Warbler Acrocephalus australis australis. Acrocephalus australis Reed Warblers and Allies ©bryanjsmith

N 17 B 1.8K C 15 E Jun 2, 2012 F Jun 3, 2012
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Hairy Woodpecker, Picoides villosus, 23.5 cm. / 9.25 in. COMMON in mature forests where they forage on trunks and major limbs of large trees. Photo shot in April 2007.

Randall Davey Audubon Center, Santa Fe City and County, New Mexico, United States.

©bryanjsmith.

Tags:   Birds of New Mexico Picidae Woodpeckers Picoides villosus Hairy Woodpecker Leuconotopicus villosus ©bryanjsmith

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Female Hooded Merganser, Laphodytes cucullatus, 18 in. UNCOMMON. Wooded ponds, swamps, tidal creeks. Nests in tree cavities near ponds, rivers and wooded swamps. The nictating membrane is closing over the eye and the hood is folding back just prior to the bird diving under the surface.

Floyd Lamb State Park, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, United States.
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Tags:   Anatidae Hooded Merganser Laphodytes cucullatus Birds of Nevada Ducks, Geese and Waterfowl ©bryanjsmith


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